Photoshoot: Something a little different...

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    Photoshoot: Something a little different...

    While out on the west coast, I had a friend of a friend ask if I would take some senior pics for her. All I have ever done are studio type pics but she wanted something outdoors, which is very intimidating because unlike the studio, I am not in complete control of everything. We took approx 400 pics in about 8 different locations. I think there were about 9 that I really liked and of all of them, this one was the winner. Let me know what you guys think.
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    Re: Photoshoot: Something a little different...

    Very nice pic! I give it 2

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    As always, very nice work...
    Darren

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    I knew that you would be a great wedding photographer.

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    Wow! Very professional!

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    Great man! I think you've got the studio stuff down, so it's time to take your skills to the next level. This is a good start!

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    Re: Photoshoot: Something a little different...

    good pic...pretty girl

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    for the pic
    for the girl, very pretty

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    Nice job, Art! Nicely lit, great overall color balance and nice depth of field. And you controlled the reflections in the glasses too, almost like there were no lenses at all.

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    Hmmm.... missing a range finder!

    Clean an clear pic though!

    Mason.8)

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    Re: Photoshoot: Something a little different...

    MaxPlague said:
    Nice job, Art! Nicely lit, great overall color balance and nice depth of field. And you controlled the reflections in the glasses too, almost like there were no lenses at all.
    Heh heh... There WERE no lenses. We took them out. She had the type of lenses that turn dark at the slightest hint of light and I didn't want them to take away from her beautiful eyes, so I had her remove them before the shoot. The nice thing is that due to the build of her frames, it kinda looks like the lenses are still there around the edges...

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    Great picture, and about the lenses... well great idea

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    Nice pic.
    Is that a Borden connector in her nose?

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    Thats a very good photograph. Interesting set up and yet the background doesn't compete with the subject. Very good! My friends and associates were very impressed with the OC photoshoot pics and I look forward to shooting my Bacara costume with you in the near future!

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    Great job Art. You should be proud of what you're doing, and I hope it leads to even greater things.

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    Re: Photoshoot: Something a little different...

    beautiful picture....

    beautiful girl....

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    DL44 Blaster said:
    beautiful picture....

    beautiful girl....
    Too true.

    Heh, I can imagine the first time meeting.

    "Hey, ready to start shooting?"
    "Yeah, but I must warn you, I'm not used to taking pictures like this, so if you could just put this on, that would be great."
    *Hands her a Fett helmet to put on*

    -Chris

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    Re: Photoshoot: Something a little different...

    Nice picture. But the "Sniffer" himself likes this picture for his own reasons .

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